Order of Operations contains 56 task cards. The first 40 cards align with 5OA.1 from the Common Core. These expressions are presented in four different ways. The ways are the traditional evaluate and give an answer; which operation should be performed first; which of three expressions equals a given number; and evaluate three expressions and order them from least to greatest. I included expressions that address misconceptions about the order of operations. There are 16 more cards that can be used as enrichment, extension, challenge, or differentiation depending on where you teach and what year it is. These cards contain exponents of single-digit numbers and answers that will be negative.
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